For the last 5-6 years, we have had Ruby-throated Hummingbirds nesting near or on our property. I put out the feeders in mid-March and have only seen the ocassional hummingbird. This morning I hung around the yard from 6:30 AM til 10 AM. On my way out to get the newspaper, a mature male Ruby-throated Hummingbird was at the north feeder. I set up camp in a chair and watched the male come back to the feeder four times. A female came in and worked both our red and white honeysuckle bushes near the feeder. After 8:30 AM, I switched to the southern feeder on the other side of the house and two females showed up numerous time. Below are some of the best photos of the day.